Original
Matsumora Rohai, January 1998, North of  Sylvensteinsee
Original June 2000, Sinai Halbinsel, during a Scubadiving tour
Original June 2000, Sinai Halbinsel, Sharks Bay, Depth 6 meter
The “landing” was like in slow motion (descend speed), but much more soft as at a landside
For   me   water   has   the   combination   of   water   and   Karate   more meaning   as   just   a   pretty   foto.   Why?   Because   water   has   all properties Karate coud have. For   to   make   this   photos   much   more   was   necessary   as   a   watery environment. So I did need 8 Kilo weight for to have enough descend power. A   Diveguide   of   the   Safariboot   was   with   us   to   give   air   whenever I needed. My    good    friend    and    Dive    Buddy    Edmund    Riedel    made    the Photos. The   shooting   was   in   a   depth   between   6   and   10   meter   and   did keep about 20 minutes.
Original 1998 Harbour of Kalkan, Türkei
Original 1998 Ruins of Xanthos, Türkei
All photos on this page are with copyright.
Yoko Geri
Yoko Tobi Geri
Kushanku
Yoko Geri
All photos on this page are with copyright.
Original
Matsumora Rohai, January 1998, North of  Sylvensteinsee
Original June 2000, Sinai Halbinsel, during a Scubadiving tour
Yoko Tobi Geri June 2000, Sinai Halbinsel, Sharks Bay, Depth 6 meter
Yoko Geri
For   me   water   has   the   combination   of   water   and   Karate   more meaning    as    just    a    pretty    foto.    Why?    Because    water    has    all properties Karate coud have. For   to   make   this   photos   much   more   was   necessary   as   a   watery environment. So I did need 8 Kilo weight for to have enough descend power. A   Diveguide   of   the   Safariboot   was   with   us   to   give   air   whenever   I needed. My good friend and Dive Buddy Edmund Riedel made the Photos. The   shooting   was   in   a   depth   between   6   and   10   meter   and   did keep about 20 minutes.
Kushanku
Original 1998 Harbour of Kalkan, Türkei
Yoko Geri
Original 1998 Ruins of Xanthos, Türkei
The   “landing”   was   like   in   slow   motion   (descend   speed),   but   much more soft as at a landside
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